Trigonometry application help ASAP please!

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An eagle flying at an altitude of 1000metres uses wind drafts and can be seen oscillating 6 complete cycles of -/+ 50metres within a span of 2 minutes. An ovserver notes at one point (t=0seconds) the eagle begins its cycle flying upwards at 1000metres. The height of the eagle as a function of time is h(t)=50sin[36t]+1000. Determine the first 4 times when the eagle is at a height of 970metres.

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